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Frequently Asked Questions About Workers’ Comp

If you have been involved in a workplace accident, you likely have questions that you want answered by an experienced attorney. Fay & Associates LLC understands that you may have concerns about your workers’ comp case in Minnesota. We welcome the opportunity to speak to our clients about workers’ comp benefits, process and more.

Common Questions About Minnesota Work Comp Cases

At Fay & Associates LLC, we think it’s important to address frequently asked questions about workers’ compensation law in Minnesota. Here’s a list of the most common questions we review with clients:

What should I do after I’ve been injured? It is important that you report an injury immediately after your accident. Failing to report the accident could be detrimental to your workers’ comp claim. It is also important to see a doctor and have your medical diagnosis documented.

Do I get to choose my own doctor? Yes, you are able to choose your own doctor for your workers’ comp case. You do not have to go to a doctor recommended by your employer.

Do I get to choose my own qualified rehabilitation consultant (QRC)? QRCs are provided by the state of Minnesota, but you are able to choose your own. It is a common misconception that you do not have say in the process of choosing your QRC.

Other questions we frequently answer involve issues involving:

  • Workers’ comp and filing taxes
  • Workers’ comp and unemployment
  • Workers’ comp settlements
  • Workers’ comp benefits and SSDI
  • Workers’ comp and independent medical examiners

Schedule Your First Consultations — It’s On Us

Call Fay & Associates LLC at 612-333-6900 or contact us by completing a short contact form to book your first consultation with one of our workers’ comp injury lawyers. We accept cases throughout the entire Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area. We are happy to conduct initial consultations at a place of your choosing.